Cambridge Police encourage residents to join officers at “Coffee with a Cop” events Wednesday and at “Coffee with the Commissioner” events being planned for several Saturday mornings in the fall.
Dancing On The Row; Meet the Washingtons; Okilly Dokilly’s “The Death to False Nedal” Tour; Sindependence Day IV; and the Nepal Festival.
Narcan kits are available to people who go through training and in certain pharmacies, and zeal to combat the rising tide of opioid overdoses and deaths has also led police here to help a private, for-profit startup trying to develop a commercial prevention product.
A mini-boom in hotels has brought hundreds of rooms to Cambridge in the past couple of years, and there are hundreds of more rooms on the way, including two more hotels for Porter Square following one opened in October.
A changing of the guard in the local music biz will be held March 5 at Pagu, with legendary jazz booking agent Fred Taylor on hand, as well as a sentimental farewell to the Western Front reggae club.
Millennials must take active leadership in politics, said Warren, praising Gebru’s résumé of civic engagement and community organizing. “I’ve been a mayor for eight years and know what it takes to lead a city. At just 25, Samuel’s got it,” Warren said.
The City of Cambridge made good on a City Council order from October implementing two experimental, separated bike lanes along short swaths of Massachusetts Avenue – one in Central Square, the other just north of Harvard Square.
Twining Properties is hosting an open house from 6 to 8 p.m. Thursday to give a preview of proposed neighborhood housing at 47 Bishop Allen Drive at its Mass+Main developments in Central Square.
The nightclub Monroe faces a seven-day suspension and the loss of two crucial nightlife hours – from midnight to 2 a.m. – as a result of License Commission sanctions for recent incidents that have drawn police. Owner Solmon Chowdhury has five days to appeal.
The rowdy Monroe nightclub in Central Square could be forced to close earlier and let in fewer people after a series of recent violent incidents landed its managers before the License Commission on Tuesday. The ruling could come as soon as next week.